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Submissions Deadline For NZ Music Video Awards


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 14 June 2002


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SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE FOR THE NEW ZEALAND MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS FAST APPROACHING

The New Zealand Music Video Awards is an annual award ceremony, which celebrates the craft of making music videos. The submission deadline is NOW fast approaching - videos must be received by 24th June.

Taking place concurrently with the Wellington Fringe Film Festival, the Awards are being coordinated by the Festival office. Categories in this ceremony include Best Video, Runner-up, Best Director, Best Editor, Best Director of Photography and The Knack award. Each single entry is judged for all categories and the runner up can still win in a craft category. Videos must be received by June 24th with the awards ceremony taking place on July 18th at The Paramount in Wellington.

Please fill out one entry form per video entered which must be on Beta SP with an ID board at the beginning. Entry forms are available at www.fringefilmfest.co.nz

All video material will be returned after 22 July, 2002 - please enclose a stamped addressed envelope / pre paid courier pack with your entry form.

For more information about submitting a video please contact Rachel Browne on 04 802 4942 or email: rachel@fringefilmfest.co.nz. Submission details are available on the web site - www.fringefilmfest.co.nz

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